The Easton R90SL rim is 27mm deep, 24mm wide (19.5mm internal width), tubeless compatible clincher. So it fairly aero and stiff and a riot to ride.
The rim is very stiff too which is a good thing for spoke life. Rims this wide will give a very stable ride at speed in the bends or cobbles.
While the build listed is with black Sapim CX Ray front and CX sprint spokes rear spokes, sapim. This leads to a stiffer rear wheel and more durable one.
Hubs offered are Miche Primato and Carbon Ti X-hub road. Other hubs from Shimano, White Industries, Royce e.t.c can be used as well. The listing can only handle 100 variations.
24F/28R Miche Primato - big 6001 cartridge bearings and a pre load adjuster. Simple well made hubs on a budget. Black CX-ray spokes and hubs. Weight 1625g.
24F/28R Carbon Ti X-hub road are an Italian lightweight masterpiece. 17mm diameter axles for both hubs, 6803 bearings front and 3x 6803/1x6903 bearings rear. 56T titanium ratchet ring, 4 pawl freehubs compatible with Shimano 11speed, Campagnolo 11/12 speed or SRAM 1x road groupset (XDR) and colour options too. Weight is 1425g. Hubs are black in colour but colours are avilable om request.
The Cycle Clinic is a stockist/importer of IRC tubeless and clincher (tubed) tyres. You can opt for any IRC tyres to be fitted to your wheels. Other brands are stocked too, and if you buy tyres of this shop I will fit them and set them up with Maxalami Sealant. Please note if you buy tubed tyres buy tubes also. Below are links to the tubeless tyres and IRC tubed tyres stocked.
Continental GP5000TL 25mm, 28mm or 32mm
IRC Aspite Pro Dry clincher 24mm or 26mm (for use with tinner tubes)
IRC Roadlite X guard 25 mm tyres (for use with tubes).
IRC Jetty 23mm, 25mm or 28mm (for use with inner tubes)
If you buy any tyre (with tubes if applicable) I will fit them for you to your wheels.
What you get:
Wheelset front and rear
tubeless rim tape and valves
Q/R skewers for Miche hubs.
The best guarantee (for the life of the rim against spoke failure and anything that could be termed a defect) i.e. problems fixed at my cost not yours. Please see warranty section. For example a spoke failure due to damage cause by chain derailment is not a warranty. Fatigue failures where there is no damage to any of the spokes is a warranty.